1. A Studies to understand hydrology and water-related social and economic factor and sanitation in Medan, North Sumatera (2016), in order to secure water sources to fulfil water needs until 2030
2. Studies on sustainable water management in Yogyakarta City and Borobudur surrounding areas (2016)
3. Studies on the role of community participation in peri-urban water management towards sustainability of water supply in Jember City, Indonesia (2016-2017)
WHO's primary SDG6 cross-cutting work is on guidance and implementation support for climate resilient water supply and sanitation services.
In addition, WHO engages in cross cutting work with health sector programmes to support global monitoring and progress towards SDG 3 on health. Key activities include monitoring of SDG3.9.2 on WASH-related disease and supporting implementation of the UN-Secretary General’s Call to Action of WASH in Health Facilities. In addition, WHO collaborates on WASH across the health sector for emergencies and cholera control, neglected tropical diseases (especially soil transmitted helminths and schistosomiasis control), antimicrobial resistance and polio containment.
Conducted in coordination with UN ECE.
Through Cap Net, UNDP works with the Global Water Partnership and UNHabitat to support greener cities and capacity development for IUWM.
The network for sustainable water management, Cap-Net, directly links to SDG target 17.9 on CAPACITY-BUILDING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.